The Presscon LOX Detect Precision Oxygen Sensor is the only oxygen sensor in the market that maintains the correct mix ratio by being pressure-, temperature- and RH-compensated. This advanced sensor can be used in applications within various industries. These include: oxygen and nitrogen generators, cold/freeze storage, power plants, natural gas and petrochemicals, mining industry, altitude training, food industry, climate monitoring, exhaust, aircraft industry and breweries.
How does the LOX Detect Precision oxygen sensor work?
The Presscon LOX Detect is a linear voltage sensor which measures the volume percentage of oxygen in the air with industry-leading accuracy and a tolerance of only 0.1%. In addition, the sensor is insensitive to barometric pressure changes. Our sensor is pressure-, temperature- and RH-compensated, so that the correct mixing ratio is always maintained. The sensor is fully software calibrated based on 5 calibration points.
The product is robustly built and because of the Zirconium-Dioxide element the oxygen sensor can be used at very low (-30°C) and very high (+85°C) temperatures. The alarm parameters of the sensor are manually configurable and controllable, in addition to its own configuration, so that a notification is given when calibration is necessary or if there is a malfunction.
The expected lifetime of the product is at least 8 years.
Benefits of the Presscon LOX Detect - Precision oxygen sensor
Deviation tolerance of only 0.1%;
Applicable up to -30°C
Full software calibration on 5 points
Measuring accuracy of 0,01%
Insensitive to barometric pressure changes
Can be used at very high and very low temperatures
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